Aroma Essentials Hair Conditioner : ReviewSaturday, May 28, 2016
Hello beautyholics! Not more than few days ago I Introduced you to a natural skincare brand, Aroma Essentials and also reviewed its Hydrating Facial Mist and Choco Scrub which was delightful and the one product I'm reviewing today is a hair conditioner which I'm using these days. Carry on reading to know more about it!
Price and Quantity: Rs. 150/- for 60 ml/ Rs. 250 for 120 ml
Ingredients: Shea butter, Jojoba oil, Almond oil, Vitamin B5, Wheat protein.
How to Use? After shampoo, apply little quantity into the hair shafts, leave it for 2 minutes and rinse thoroughly.
Where to Buy? Call/Whatsapp 07760988272 or DM on their Instagram
As you can see this conditioner comes in a transparent plastic bottle with a flip top cap. Since it's transparent I can easily see how much the product is remaining.
Aroma Essentials Hair Conditioner Review
I've said it like hundreds of times but I like chemical free products since they are harmless and this conditioner was something much needed. I left using conditioner because almost all of them contain silicones. As per directions, I store it in refrigerator. It's in white color and has a medium consistency. It has a herbal and aromatic fragrance.
After shampoo, I apply it on my damp hair shafts till end. It feels like I'm applying some oil and after keeping for 2 minutes I rinse it off. My hair type is oily with dry ends so I apply it specifically on hair ends. After rinsing, my hair feels soft and smooth. It looked a lot healthy than before. However I noticed that it didn't work well on extremely frizzy hair. I guess more quantity will be needed for very dry hair type.
Once I forget to keep it back on refrigerator and its ingredients sort of got separated. Then I searched on Google and it said products with natural ingredients usually get separated and it's totally okay!
• Leaves hair soft, shiny and moisturized
• Doesn't contain chemicals and artificial fragrance
• No silicones
• Contains natural ingredients
• Not tested on animals
• Won't help much in extremely frizzy hair.
Final Word: If you hate silicones, prefer natural and chemical free ingredients in conditioner, give this a go! It works just like any other product readily available on market. It's moisturizing and leaves hair soft but won't help much with extremely frizzy hair.
*PR Sample, Honest Review!